ClareVision cameras and NVRs can be used in standalone configurations with the use of the ClareVision App. The app allows users to view live video feeds, review recordings, and manage their cameras on both iOS and Android devices.
Unified Clare Ecosystem
ClareVision cameras can be used as part of the ClareOne ecosystem. Live video streams can be viewed on both the ClareOne Wireless Security and Smart Home Panel, as well as the ClareHome App.
Improved Storage Efficiency
ClareVision cameras feature the H.265+ video encoding codec which allows for significantly improved storage efficiency over traditional encoding codecs.
On Board POE Support
The ClareVision 4-Channel NVR includes 4 physical POE ports, and supports up to 9 cameras. The 8-Channel NVR includes 8 physical POE ports, and supports up to 16 cameras. The ClareVision 16-Channel NVR includes 16 physical POE ports, and supports up to 25 cameras.
ClareVision NVRs include support for ONVIF compatible cameras, and feature support for Control4, Luma, and Legacy ClareVision.
ClareVision cameras are fully compliant with ETL/ETL-C, IC, CE, FCC, ROHS, and ONVIF S/T regulatory requirements.
As the need for NDAA compliance increases in the market, you can rest easy knowing that ClareVision has you covered. All ClareVison Cameras and NVRs are manufactured with chipsets that are in full compliance with the NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act) Defense Law.